The clothes of peasants were produced out of homespun cloth that has been itchy and uncomfortable. And, bathing was not a more common practice, and since members with this class owned more than 1 change of clothing, these certainly were vermin infested, smelly and plump as well.
Lakshmi the Goddess of Wealth of the merchant and landownng classes alternatively, were made from smooth and luxurious fabrics that were expensive to purchase and hard to get - such as cotton, that must be sent a considerable space. Since there were lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and fortune which disposable income could be used to buy, in fact, very frequently, these people wore their riches in the backs. (And, in times of economic hardship, these garments can in fact be sold to other people )
Women and men wore trends of clothing. Men tended to utilize tunics which flowed over their hose (which consisted as a sort of pants) and so were paired with a belt. This form of ensemble was worn using a feather , perhaps decorated with a hat that was felt.
Ladies clothing on the flip side, included a kirtle, which was similar to a very long tunic which covered an undershirt in addition to hidden his or her own legs. In this period of time, they wore their hair loose, in long braids that captured hair pieces that'd nets up, or trailed their backs. It was only much later that women began to market their hair on their heads (with the innovation of their hair pin).
While these pieces of Victorian clothing could have been like all types, it is the richness and color of the fabrics, in addition to the embellishments (such as sewing with silver or gold thread, the inclusion of seed pearls along with other little jewels) that will have set the clothing of the upper groups apart from their contemporaries. And, whilst the clothing would have received attention that is better, they're still probably mature!